About Us

Save the Children is the world’s largest independent organization for children. We are 29 national organizations working together to deliver programs in more than 120 countries around the world. We advocate for children issues and promote child rights. In Bhutan we work in close collaboration with the Royal Government of Bhutan to ensure that all children receive the benefit of the programs and their rights well protected.

Our Vision

Save the Children’s vision is a world in which every child attains the right to survival, protection, development and participation.

Our Mission

Save the Children’s mission is to inspire breakthroughs in the way the world treats children, and to achieve immediate and lasting change in their lives.

Our Values

ACCOUNTABILITY: We take personal responsibility for using our resources efficiently, achieving measurable results, and being accountable to supporters, partners and, most of all, children.

AMBITION: We are demanding of ourselves and our colleagues, set high goals and are committed to improving the quality of everything we do for children.

COLLABORATION: We respect and value each other, thrive on our diversity, and work with partners to leverage our global strength in making a difference for children.

CREATIVITY: We are open to new ideas, embrace change, and take disciplined risks to develop sustainable solutions for and with children.

INTEGRITY: We aspire to live to the highest standards of personal honesty and behavior; we never compromise our reputation and always act in the best interests of children.

Save the Children in Bhutan

In Bhutan, Save the Children has been providing development assistance, including pioneering innovations in critical areas of early childhood care and development, basic education, child justice system, health, and humanitarian support in development context since 1982. It is among the lead agencies reaching the most deprived children in the country – deprived as a result of poverty, difficult geographic location, disability, or being in difficult circumstances (including coming into contact with the law) – by enabling access to tried and tested ‘common approaches’ programs for lasting positive change and impact.